Early Ojibwe

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Winter

In the winter the Ojibwa had their wigwams very spread out because the food was scarce in the winter and if they where all at the same camp they might not be able to feed everyone.This way they are all able to get enough food.

Men and boys hunted and trapped meat for their families to eat so that they have enough food for the winter.(moose,deer,and,elk)

Older woman wove fish nets and watch the young children,they also cook all the meals and they sewed the clothing.

In the winter the Ojibwa also play in the snow they go on toboggans they used snowshoes and they played the snow snake game.

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